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Three To See 2013: Reviewer recommended theatre

By | Published on Wednesday 24 July 2013


ThreeWeeks Co-Editor Caro Moses recommends theatre shows at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

Fade (pictured)
This is a new play, and so I can’t claim that it’s this show that comes reviewer recommended, but this company have won plaudits from our review team, and that’s why I’m telling you about it. And come to think of it, that applies to all the other shows selected in this section. Anyway, ‘Fade’ is from DugOut Theatre, who’ve garnered a fistful of four and five star reviews from our writers in recent years, so I can’t help thinking that this new piece is one to watch out for.
Bedlam Theatre, 2-24 Aug, 9.00pm.

Lexi Heart, The Singing Magician
Last year. We praised Haberdashery Productions’ show ‘The Indescribable Phenomenon’ for its informative script and superb delivery, and gave it a resoundingly resounding 5/5 score. So it won’t come as any surprise to discover that we’re looking forward to their Fringe 2013 production, which promises a piece which is “sometimes sad, sometimes silly, always magical”.
Cafe Camino, 3-24 Aug, 3.45pm.

The Morning After Season (The Pink Bedroom/Wuthering Heights)
Another company our reviewers have a habit of liking is 3Bugs Fringe Theatre; from a shocking and evocative production of ‘Company Of Wolves’ to their watery staging of ‘Ophelia Drowning’, and many other shows in-between, we’ve been more than impressed. ‘The Morning After Season’ comprises two separate pieces, performed on alternate dates, and we’ve every reason to believe it’s worth making time to see both.
theSpace on The Mile, 2-24 Aug, 10.15am.